Attack on Titan Writer Explains Why the Anime’s Move to MAPPA Was for the Best

Attack on Titan is preparing to come again for the third (and presumably last) a part of the fourth and last season of the anime, and the author behind the adaptation has defined why they felt the anime’s transfer to Studio MAPPA was in the end greatest for the franchise total. When the fourth and last season of the anime kicked off a few years in the past, considered one of the greatest surprises was the undeniable fact that it will not be produced by WIT Studio as seen by the first three seasons and as an alternative now be picked up by MAPPA, the studio behind Jujutsu Kaisen, Kakegurui, the upcoming Chainsaw Man anime and extra.

During a particular stage presentation throughout Japan Expo this Summer (as famous by @AttackOnFans on Twitter), the crew behind Attack on Titan shared some selection messages about the last season’s progress and collection composer Hiroshi Seko opened up about what to count on for Part 3 of the season. As he explains to followers, the shift in studio’s behind the scenes forward of the last season makes much more sense in the grand scheme of the manufacturing as the adjustments in tone and path for the collection itself is additional mirrored by how a lot the anime’s manufacturing has modified.

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“I think the change of studio between WIT Studio and MAPPA was good because it represented the change in the direction of the work,” Seko started. “In Part 3, I want to continue conveying the feeling of despair. We’re coming to the end after 10 years, there have been many changes in the team, but I’m happy to come to the end of the story.” So whereas it is a comparatively brief message about the third season of the collection, Seko (who has been the important author behind the last season after contributing work to the earlier three seasons’ episodes) is clearly prepared for the collection to finish.


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Although followers have been nervous about the studio and workers adjustments at first, by the finish of Part 2 of the last season it is clear that followers are all in to see what’s coming subsequent. Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 3 is at present scheduled to start throughout the Winter 2023 anime schedule, however has but to verify precisely when followers will get to see it in motion. It will seemingly deliver the anime’s run to an finish, so what are you hoping to see? What did you consider the studio change for the last season? Let us know your entire ideas about it in the feedback! You may even attain out to me instantly about all issues animated and different cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!